Hello once again,
I have hopefully the last question to finish my project with ArcMAP. I would be thankful, If I would get a support once again.
I have some polylines (layer1), which are connected at one point. A second lacer is a polyline, too. These polyline is connected at this point, too and goes along of one of the other lines (but don’t overlap them exactly)
Now I want join or merge the single polyline with the best fitting other line. Means with the most overlapping.
Unfortunately I have this scenario 300 times in my project. For that reason I prefer a toolbox solution. But I don’t know which tool is the right one or how to solve my problem.
Do you have any idea? Thank you so much!!!!
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Good to hear from you once again. A few screenshots of the overlay of the two layers might help. And I am still not clear what you are exactly looking to achieve.
I am so relieved, that you are disposed tackling my Problem again. Thank You!!!
first, the screenshot:
It is an intersection with two different layers. In two accesses, the elements of the both layers overlap (almost)
In the attribute table of the green line are information, which I like to transfer to the suitable elements of the red polylines. All elements are splitted in the blue point. It means that they are all connected there. So I would like to transfer the information from the green line in the south of the point to the red line in the south of the point and from the green-east to the red-east.
The near-tool doesn’t seem to fit, because the distance of all layers is 0, because of the connection in one Point.
Do you know what I mean? I hope so!
At first: Sorry for my late response! Until this morning I still used Arcmap 10.0 … but unfortunately not the advanced version. So neither the Detect Feature Changes tool nor the Transfer Attributes tool was available for me. But a call to our university’s software administration made it possible, that I got the 10.4 advanced version since few hours.
AND: The Detect Feature Changes tool is absolutely great. Because of the CHANGE_TYPE its easy to differ between layer-fittings. The tool is exactly what I hoped to find.
Thanks a lot!